Lori (Slater) Miller

Lori B. Miller, 58, a longtime resident of Beacon, NY passed away peacefully on Thursday November 21, 2019 after a three-year battle with cancer. She was born in Eastchester, NY on July 21, 1961, daughter of the late Edward & Yvonne (Young) Slater. Lori was married to Ronald Miller for thirty-five years, when he passed away on September 20, 2019.

Lori is survived by her two children Renee and Sean; her two grandchildren Brandon and Adriana; and also her two sisters, Cheryl Blanks and Kimberly Slater.

She was a legal assistant for over thirty-years. Lori was an avid New York Mets fan and loved going to Jamaica with her husband yearly. She attended and was very active at the Fishkill United Methodist Church. She loved her children and grandchildren immensely and will be greatly missed.

Her family & friends will gather on Tuesday, November 26th 1:00pm at the Beacon Elks Lodge #1493, 900 Wolcott Avenue (Route 9D), Beacon, where a Memorial Service will be offered at 2:00 PM by Pastor Micah Coleman-Campbell. Interment will be private at the convenience of her family. In lieu of flowers, Lori’s family would appreciate memorial donations to be made to either: the Sparrow’s Nest, 946 Route 376, Suite 7, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590; or Brielle Grace Breast Cancer Foundation, P.O. Box 481, Fishkill, NY 12524 or their web address:
https://www.briellegracebreastcancerfoundation.com/homemission#h.p_tHfi9KN1c7Eg

To offer a message of condolence or share a fond memory, please visit: www.libbyfuneralhome.com

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  1. Colleen says:

    My cousin Lori & I became close friends due to our first born children that were 11 days apart. We both gave birth to beautiful baby girls. So we bumped bellies during our pregnancies. We shared our trials and tribulations of pregnancy and after. We had many play dates together. Little did we know back then what we had in store for us raising girls. Need I say more? As the years go by life has a way of keeping people from getting together as often as we would like. That did not keep Lori and I from touching base over the phone and of course birthday party celebrations. Even though long periods of time would go by, when we did talk we really didn’t miss a beat with our ease of conversation and lots of laughter. I’m going to miss you, but I will always remember the times we had. Rest in Peace ‘My Cousin Lori’

  2. Beth C. Mostransky says:

    Lori always wore a smile! Her laugh was infectious & everyone knew when Lori was in Church! Her deep voice was a sound we all loved.
    She sat on a few Committees at our Fishkill United Methodist Church & we always had fun when she was in attendance. Lori will be greatly missed. But Rest In Peace dear friend. You & Ron are back together again & your hunting is gone. Say Hi to Mike for me, okay?

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